Serverless Version Tracker

A serverless plugin for tracking deployed versions of your code.

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Serverless Version Tracker

A serverless plugin for tracking deployed versions of your code.

Description

This plugin has a super simple function: after you run serverless deploy, it will create a local git tag based on the version of the Lambda function that you just deployed. For instance, if your function is named foo-production-index and a deploy creates Lambda version 56, this plugin will automatically create a local git tag foo-production-index-56.

This guarantees that you always know exactly what version of your source code is actually running in the cloud.

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Usage requirements

By default, this plugin only runs for deployments to the production stage. If you'd like to customize this behavior, you can set the versionTrackerStages custom variable.

Installation instructions

Install the Serverless Framework if you haven't already. Then choose your own adventure to install the plugin.

Install using Serverless plugin manager

serverless plugin install --name serverless-version-tracker

Install using npm

Install the module using npm:

npm install serverless-version-tracker --save-dev

Add serverless-version-tracker to the plugin list of your serverless.yml file:

plugins:
  - serverless-version-tracker

Quick start instructions

  1. Ensure that you have committed all of your changes to Git. The deploy will be aborted if the Git working directory is not clean. This prevents the possibility of deploying uncommitted / untraceable / volatile code.
  2. Run a deploy as normal (i.e. sls deploy --stage production). The plugin will automatically tag your local Git repository with the Lambda function name and new version.
  3. Make sure to push the new tag to your remote repository (the plugin won't do this for you).
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Latest commit b2f54ec on Sep 24, 2017

New to serverless?

To get started, pop open your terminal & run:

npm install serverless -g